Archive for: March, 2012

Winning Delivery at Iowa Speedway Pizza Ranch to Sponsor Victory Lane Through 2013

NEWTON, IA – March 29, 2012 – Pizza Ranch, the popular Midwest pizza and chicken buffet restaurant, has renewed its sponsorship of Pizza Ranch Victory Lane and will continue to deliver a winning pizza to every driver who visits it at Iowa Speedway through the 2013 season. “We are extremely proud of the fact that […]

Guy Vander Linden Capitol News Update – March 29, 2012

TIF Reform Continues in Bipartisan Fashion For the last six weeks, Republicans and Democrats from both the House and Senate Ways and Means Committees have been meeting to discuss various Tax Increment Financing (TIF) reform proposals. The House Republicans initially held three subcommittee hearings on the House Study Bill 540 and currently, a bipartisan effort […]

Sen. Tom Rielly’s March 29 Column

The recent report of rising state revenues is another sign that Iowa’s response to the national recession is working. Our economy is improving, and now’s the time to strengthen the foundations of a lasting recovery. When the deep national recession hit, we reduced the annual state budget by hundreds of millions of dollars by reforming […]

Central comes in at ninth, 11th in outdoor track rankings

PELLA—The Central College men’s and women’s track and field squads will begin the outdoor season ranked ninth and 11th respectively in the power rankings produced by the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. Teams are scored using a points system that objectively measures the top performances across the country in each event. […]

Clean and Green Reminder Of City Code – Nuisances

Oskaloosa, Iowa – In the past few years there has been a lot of discussion about city codes. Clean and Green along with the City of Oskaloosa thought that it would be beneficial for some codes to be presented to the public in layman terms. Hopefully people will understand the need for them. Chapter 8.08 […]

Penn Breaks Ground On New Dormitory

Oskaloosa, Iowa – “This truly is a good day for William Penn University and for Oskaloosa,” was the words spoken by Oskaloosa Mayor Dave Krutzfeldt. The ground breaking took place at 11:15 a.m. just north of the current Indian Hills building that is part of the William Penn complex. The new structure will be across […]

2012 Mahaska County Primary Takes Shape

Mahaska County Courthouse

A quick call to the Mahaska County Auditors Office helps set up the 2012 Primary in the county, with the Supervisor seat being the most contested. Supervisor – Democrat Candidates Denis Currier Tom Rielly Supervisor – Republican Candidates Alven Meppelink Michael J. Vander Molen Henry W. Van Weelden* Auditor – Republican Candidate Susan L. Brown […]

Pella Knights Announce It’s Upcoming Season In Pella

Pella, Iowa— The Pella Knights of the semi-Pro Football League is pleased to announce its upcoming season in Pella, Iowa. Owner Tom Lathrop has signed on Steven Miller as the Head Coach for the Knights and he and his staff are preparing the Pella Knights to be a premier semi-pro team in the Mid-West. Coach […]

Spring Is For Football?

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Spring is for football? That’s the impression I’ve had recently since the Iowa Barnstormers held their spring training camp in Oskaloosa. That one instance isn’t enough to call spring as football season just yet. Yes, Arena Football and the Iowa Barnstormers are now in full swing, and a recently discovered gem in […]

Oskaloosa Sanitation Debate Picks Up Steam

Oskaloosa, Iowa – Oskaloosa’s code on trash pickup is going to be updated in the near future. Council members who are part of the public projects committee felt that a good place to start would be the update and ratification of the code, giving time for the current garbage haulers to discuss options on their […]


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